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Your Daughter’s First Period: Help Her Be Ready Confront concerns.. Your daughter is probably wondering what her period will feel like, how long it will last, and how. Cut back on salt, salty foods and refined sugar, especially during the seven to 10 days before your period begins. Cut out caffeine, which can worsen irritability and breast. Your daughter will need sanitary pads, panty liners, and tampons during her period. It is always best to carry an extra set of pads or tampons.

Pantyliners are best just. If there’s no female parent in your home and you feel your child would prefer to speak with a woman, you might be able to ask her aunt, an older sister or a female friend to help. Sanitary. Keep the supplies in your house.

Once your kid starts getting little boobs, you should make sure to have pads/tampons stored. This is good in case you’re not home and they call you with the ever so dreaded, in completely panic mode. You can’t exactly help your daughter through every step of her period, but be attentive in case she needs you.

There are a few key signs you need to watch for that might indicate a problem. Sanitary pads are pretty self-explanatory, but tampons can be intimidating. You may want to suggest that your daughter wait until she’s a little more comfortable with her period before using. You may want to also use a pantyliner in case there is a leak.

If you’re active or want to be able to swim during your period, then tampons may be a good choice. You can also. Tell your child that menstruation is not a disease but a natural biological process that’s a part of female reproductive health.

Explain to her what menstruation is all abou. The doctor can help determine whether you’re losing too much blood. They may be able to give you medication to help relieve your symptoms.

When you first start your period, you.

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Before your daughter gets her period for the first time, try to prepare her for some of the physical sensations that she may experience when she begins menstruating.

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Alarms on watches, PDA timers, or cues may help the adolescent change her pad every 3 to 4 hours or remind her that her period may begin this week.

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She began menarche at age 12 years and normally has regular menstrual cycles of 28 days with 3 to 4 days of bleeding during her period.

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Make sure your daughter has her own pads before she starts her period so that when she does, the world doesn’t cave in.

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Help your daughter understand that her period is actually part of a beautiful process that happens every month allowing her body to create a nurturing home for the gift of a child.

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  • Hi Sushmita,I’m staying in Bangalore here I’m facing hairfall problem for 3 years,I used onion hair oil,soap nuts hairpack, Fenugreek seeds nd curd hair pack,bt still I’m getting too much hairfall dr,when I go my native there even single hair also didn’t come,I don’t understand why I’m getting more hair fall in Bangalore nd no hairfall in my hometown, I’m working in Bangalore,I can’t stay in my hometown,I consulted doctor she gave Nourkrin tablets,I used only one month,she said I should use 4 months bt my hair fall is nt reducing wt I have to do plz suggest dr,I had a thick hair bt nw I had thin hair.